What is the music like? We have contemporary praise and worship. Services generally last 1:30 (one hour and 30 minutes).
What do I do with my baby? You can have your baby in service with you or take advantage of our nursery room in the Education wing near the Commons. If your baby needs you during the service, we will send someone to the sanctuary to get you.
Where do my children go? We have a vibrant children and teen area for your Kindergarten through 12th grade children to enjoy. Before service starts, they can pass the time playing games and then enjoy interactive, high-energy lessons teaching them the basics of God’s Word.
What is in store for my teenagers? In addition to Sunday morning Sunday School, our teen group meets on the 2nd and 4th Sundays from 3pm-5 for games, learning to live like Jesus, and growing together.
Who will be working with my children? Not only do we have policies and procedures in place, but also we do a background check on everyone who works with children and youth. Our volunteers are trained and love working with children and youth to help them grow in their walk with God.
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Where do I park? We have a very large, security-patrolled lot behind the church building between Berkley and Wolcott Streets.
Where do I go? All Bible Study classes begin at 9:00 a.m. and are located in the Education Center conference rooms. The Sunday morning service starts at 10:00 a.m. in the Bethel Church Sanctuary. Ushers and greeters are at nearly every entrance to direct you to where you need to go.
How often do you hold Communion? We celebrate Communion the first Sunday morning of every month.
Do you do water baptisms and baby dedications? Yes. We do each of these a few times a year as the need arises. Announcements are made for each in the church bulletin.
Where is the church’s lost and found located? Lost and found is located in the Church Office.
Is the church handicap accessible? Yes. There is plenty of reserved parking to the rear of the church. The sanctuary has seating available specifically for wheelchairs.